Bernard F. Asuncion
Four-In-One - Poem by Bernard F. Asuncion
M-onday night's gray haze
E-vades the thirty-first January;
A-llow the rain to fade,
V-iew above brings glory.
E-vening chill disappears, shadows have passed by;
L-et the Tuesday sun shine underneath the blue sky.
M-ist on the daybreak
I-s nowhere in sight;
N-ew dawn has broken,
D-arkness has become bright.
O-pen your eyes to camera, the flash is like a beacon;
G-reat picture of you is made four-in-one.
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